Is this true?

gkendrick

Newbie
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I heard that stock brokers have to give away a certain amount of money if they work for a major brokerage firm (i.e. Charles Schwab, Merrill Lynch, etc.). Is that true?

If so, I have a non-profit and we are looking for sponsors for some low-income girls.

Your help would be appreciate if you could point me in the right direction or put me in contact with an individual(s).

Thank!!!
 

Pat494

Legendary member
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I heard that stock brokers have to give away a certain amount of money if they work for a major brokerage firm (i.e. Charles Schwab, Merrill Lynch, etc.). Is that true?

If so, I have a non-profit and we are looking for sponsors for some low-income girls.

Your help would be appreciate if you could point me in the right direction or put me in contact with an individual(s).

Thank!!!

Could move their businesses UP to a high class area in expectation of higher incomes. Only a suggestion for your girls but............
:LOL:
 

PieterSteidelmayer

Well-known member
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low income girls? What relation does it have with trading?
I have found the focus to be rather narrow in terms of trading on this site. If it's not spot forex or indexes then you're in for a quiet time of it.
 
 
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